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  • Subject contains "Women"

Date: 1893
Description: "Built somewhere between 1875 and 1888, this home operated as a boarding house in 1893. The house was purchased in the fall of 1895 by a committee of five who represented the Wakefield Home for Aged…[More]

Date: 1980
Description: "Field hockey at Wakefield High School began in 1926 as an interclass sport, due in part to a short season and weather conditions. In 1930, the Junior Class team was captained by Catherine Nichols.…[More]

Description: "Elizabeth Eaton Boit, the first woman in the United States to be actively involved in the manufacture of textile goods, was born in Newton on July 9, 1848 [i.e. 1849] to James H. and Amanda (Berry)…[More]

Description: Copied from Picture
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Pre-1970
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Copied from News Articles
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Copied from News Articles
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Creator: Commito, Agnes
Date: 04-02-1975
Description: 1 sound file (25 minutes), digital, MPEG3 file

Description: "Front row (L to R): 1. Mabel Coolidge, 2. Gertrude Sillars 2nd row (L-R): 2. Helen White, 3. Helen Taylor Rear: Whitman S. Browne, director. (Do you know any of these people?)" From the album…

Description: "Ells added on either side of home [in second photo]." -- From the album containing the photograph

Date: [1910]
Description: Card is undated but bears a postmark of 1910

Creator: Firth, E. Annabelle Stevenson, Interviewee
Date: 07-17-1978
Description: 5 sound files, digital, MPEG3 file

Creator: Novello, Lena, Interviewee
Date: 06-21-1978
Description: 2 sound files, digital, MPEG3 file